Clubs and Schools news

The final round of fixtures from the 2017/18 BT Women’s Premier League take place this weekend as the teams look to finish the season on a high.
Dumfries Saints and Kelso meet in the final of the inaugural BT National League Cup at Lasswade.
Two of Scotland’s most successful rugby clubs will be vying for league-cup doubles when they run out at BT Murrayfield next Saturday (28 April).
More than 60 coaches from across the east of Scotland attended the first of Scottish Rugby’s four regional coaching conferences at Edinburgh Napier University last week (Friday 13 April) to
A group of Edinburgh rugby clubs have launched a new walking touch rugby programme for over-50s at the historic Raeburn Place.
Watsonians travel to Cartha Queen’s Park this Sunday (15 April, kick-off 2pm) following a dramatic victory in the cup and with an unbeaten post-split season on the cards.
The finalists for the Sarah Beaney Cup, BT Women’s Bowl and BT Women’s Plate have completed the line-up for ‘Silver Saturday’ after winning their semi-finals on Sunday (8 April).
Melrose Head Coach Rob Chrystie has praised the impact his side’s pack had in securing the BT Premiership title at the Greenyards.
Melrose hosted Ayr at a rainy Greenyards this afternoon (Saturday 7 April) in their second consecutive home BT Premiership final.
BT Women’s premier league champions Hillhead/Jordanhill welcome Stirling County in the semi-finals of the Sarah Beaney Cup this Sunday (8 April, kick-off 2pm) as they look to end the season